Kyoto ramen shop
List of Tonkotsu soy source in Kyoto
This is a pork bone soy sauce-based Kyoto ramen shop in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City. The side menu such as dumplings and small basket packages is substantial.
Ambitious Hana, the tsukemen restaurant (the dipping soup style ramen) is new to Shimogamo in Sakyo-ku. The rich and thick sea food soup is exquisite.
Rairaitei, who advanced to the ramen battleground Ichijoji. A wide variety of ramen noodles are offered, starting with deep tasting soy sauce.
Ra-men Akakage is selling spicy delicious ramen with mild chili peppers in thick vegetable soup. The hotness can also be specified in four stages.
It is the shop "Higo Mokkosu" of Kumamoto Ramen near "Kitayama Station" subway. You can enjoy a slightly different ramen from Hakata ramen.
I went to the ramen yokozuna near the Meishin Expressway Kyoto Minami IC on National Route No. 1. The pork bone oil ramen which is the staple of Kyoto is delicious in this shop.
The Menya Akutagawa is located right next to Doshisha University at Karasuma Imadegawa. Because it had become a topic as a shop of the Iekei ramen, I went to eat immediately.
Shikura is a popular ramen store where customers always queue in waiting order. I went to the shop of this place which is one of the famous shops of Kyoto ramen.
Tsurukame is a seafood soy sauce Ramen shop. It is a shop that can enjoy both ramen and tsukemen. I went to the shop near Kitaoji bus terminal.
Bishiya which often sees the procession in front of the shop is in Ichijoji which is the ramen battleground district. It is a shop of the sales point that a chic, thick pork bone ramen.
It is the head office of the Daiichi-asahi ramen which has been competing at bridge near Kyoto station for a long time. It is a shop selling the Orthodox Kyoto ramen of soy pig bone soup.
Butanchu is located at Ichijo-ji Kyoto, it’s famous for the rich Tonkotsu (pork base) soup ramen. It’s also very attractive that you can choose from nine different kind of noodles.
It’s the branch of the Takabashi Ramen which originated in Kyoto. It’s gives me the greatest satisfaction.
This is the Ichijoji shop of ramen Yokozuna, a famous restaurant of Kyoto ramen. You can taste the ramen that seems to be Kyoto.
It could be the origin of the dipping noodle in Kyoto. The rich seafood flavored soup was very unique.
Ryusen is in Nagaokakyo city in Kyoto prefecture. Their baked pork is famous. It is a ramen shop for the meat eaters.
It’s the branch of the Masutani, the origin of the Kyoto ramen. It’s located at the Ramen Koji (the Ramen theme park) in the JR Kyoto Station building. I hope you like the “Kyoto Ramen”.
The Gyoza no Ohsho Takaragaike branch is wide shop, and has a large selection of items. Various kinds of ramen are prepared also.
The originator of Kyoto Ramen, Masutani is located near the Ginkaku temple on the Imadegawa street. You would enjoy the pork-soy sauce base ramen.
It is the Kitashirakawa branch of the Gyouza no Ohsho originating in Kyoto. There are various kinds of ramen, and it is provided at a relatively low price.
I went to Akatsuki because my co-worker told me it's delicious. It is the typical Kyoto style ramen restaurant.
Iicho is located a little hidden from Kitaoji street in the Shimogamo Sakyo-ku. This is also a famous restaurant of the Kyoto style ramen.